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Papa John’s volunteers and employees came together in Orlando for one purpose—to help The Salvation Army. On March 5, over 800 volunteers visited The Salvation Army of Orlando to landscape, wash, clean and reupholster.

Papa John, himself, worked alongside his employees to paint and build a lawn mower. A brand new playground, benches, privacy fence and mural were also completed. In total, the volunteers logged close to 4,000 hours and spent nearly $55,000 on supplies and materials for The Salvation Army.

“We are blown away by our experience with the Papa John’s team,” said Major Andrew Kelly, Metro Orlando area commander. “It was so wonderful to see so many working to help us improve the facilities we use to serve others every day.”

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